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Delaware Public Media's coverage of the latest news from across the First State.

A Delaware Memorial Bridge toll hike appears back on track.

Gov. John Carney and New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy reached an agreement allowing the $1 toll increase to go forward later this spring.

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The second trial of inmates allegedly involved in the Vaughn prison riot has been turned over to the jury.

 


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A second blast of winter weather in as many days si expected to make a mess of the morning commute again in the northern part of the First State Tuesday.

And that means another morning of adjusted school schedules.

Delaware is trying to remind people about its free carpool program this month.


The First State is bracing for the second half of a 1-2 winter weather punch.

More snow, sleet and freezing rain are expected after a similar combination made a mess of the Monday morning commute in the northern and central parts of Delaware.

The second of four trials of inmates allegedly involved in the Vaughn prison riot is nearing its conclusion.

 


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The first part of a 1-2 punch of winter weather is making a mess of the morning commute in the northern and central parts of the First State.

The federal government is sending more than $8 million to the First State to help people experiencing homelessness.

 


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Traffic safety advocates are praising the City of Wilmington’s move to add red light cameras at some of its more dangerous intersections.


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